Dwapar Yuga is the third out of four yugas, or ages, in the religion of Hinduism. This yuga comes after Treta Yuga and is followed by Kali Yuga. During this yuga, Shri Vishnu incarnates as Lord Krishna and the yuga ends with his death. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dwapar Yuga"
According to most interpretations of Hindu scriptures, including the Vedas, the Kali Yuga (lit. Age of Kali , also known as Iron Age) began at the end of Krishna's bodily lifespan (approximately 5100 years ago, 3102 BCE) and will last exactly 432,000 years — placing its conclusion in the year 428,899 CE (it began with a year 0). Kalki, the 10th and final avatar of Vishnu, is expected to appear at this time, riding a white horse and wielding a flaming sword with which to strike down the wicked. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kali Yuga"
The Satya Yuga, also called Sat Yuga, Krta Yuga and Krita Yuga in Hinduism, is the " Yuga (Age or Era) of Truth", when humankind is governed by gods, and every manifestation or work is close to the purest ideal and mankind will allow intrinsic goodness to rule supreme. It is sometimes referred to as the "Golden Age." ...more on Wikipedia about "Satya Yuga"
Treta Yuga is the second out of four yugas, or epochs, in the religion of Hinduism, following Satya Yuga and preceding Dwapar Yuga. The most famous event in this yuga was Vishnu's sixth incarnation of Rama. ...more on Wikipedia about "Treta Yuga"
(Vedic Timeline) #Satya yuga (Kruta yuga):- 17,28,000 Human years (already past) ...more on Wikipedia about "Vedic Timeline"
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